How to Earn money with Google AdSense

AdSense is a nice way to monetize your traffic, and very easy to implement.The main way of earning revenue with AdSense is by displaying Google ads on your site.With AdSense for content, these ads you display on your site can be either cost-per-click (CPC) or cost-per-thousand-impression (CPM) ads. For CPC ads, you’ll generate earnings when your users click on the ads. For CPM ads, you’ll generate earnings every time the ad appears to a user viewing your site.

Cost-per-click (CPC)

The cost-per-click (CPC) is the amount you earn each time a user clicks on your ad. The CPC for any ad is determined by the advertiser; some advertisers may be willing to pay more per click than others, depending on what they’re advertising.

CPM ads

CPM stands for “cost per 1000 impressions.” Advertisers running CPM ads set their desired price per 1000 ads served and pay each time their ad appears.

As a publisher, you’ll earn revenue each time a CPM ad is served to your page and viewed by a user. CPM ads compete against cost per click (CPC) ads in our ad auction, and we’ll display whichever ad is expected to earn more revenue for you.

How to earn with AdSense for search

AdSense for Search     AdSense for search lets you offer your users Google web search directly from your pages. By placing an AdSense for search box on your site, you’ll generate earnings from ad clicks made by users on the search results pages.

You won’t, however, receive revenue from user searches through your AdSense for Search box. When users perform searches on your site, but choose not to click on the ads on the search results pages, you will not receive any earnings.

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Tips to Learn Easier and Faster

Tips to Learn Easier and  Faster

1) Visualization

The idea of Visualization here is that you want to put abstract information into a picture. If you are struggling to understand a concept, visualization is a good technique to start with.

2) Interlinking

Take two ideas and ask yourself how they relate. They can be ideas within a specific field (short roads) or between two completely different fields (freeways). By doing this you create a roadmap for traveling between information in your brain. I suggest reading my article on holistic learning if you want to find out more.

3) Diagram

Draw it out. I love using diagrams for sorting large pieces of information. When I used to write computer programs fairly heavily, my desktop would have pieces of paper with hastily scratched diagrams. I consider creating a diagram to be the upgraded version of visualization.

4) Self-Test

Give yourself a test. Testing is a good way to see if you know what your doing, so try it out.

5) Learn in Multiple Ways

Don’t focus on learning in an only one way.Always Focus on learning in more than one way.Instead of just listening to a podcast, which involves auditory learning, find a way to rehearse the information both verbally and visually. This might involve describing what you learned to a friend, taking notes or drawing a mind map. By learning in more than one way, you’re further cementing the knowledge in your mind.

6) Teach What You’ve Learned to Another Person

Teaching can improve your learning. Educators have long noted that one of the best ways to learn something is to teach it to someone else. You can share your newly learned skills and knowledge with friends or others.

7) Gain Practical Experience

For many of us, learning typically involves reading textbooks, attending lectures or doing research in the library or on the Web. While seeing information and then writing it down is important, actually putting new knowledge and skills into practice can be one of the best ways to improve learning. If you are trying to acquire a new skill or ability, focus on gaining practical experience. If it is a sport or athletic skill, perform the activity on a regular basis. If you are learning a new language, practice speaking with another person and surround yourself with immerse experiences.

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Java Constructor

Constructor :

  • Constructor is used to construct an Object and initialize values
  • By default if no constructor is specified in the code then JVM supplies the constructor at run time.
  • The constructor is supplied by JVM is called default constructor.
  • If the developer doesn’t write the constructor explicitly then the JVM provides default constructor.
  • If your constructor is PRIVATE then the Object is created with in that class.
  • All four Access level modifiers are allowed, but non-access modifiers are not allowed.
  • The class name should be the constructor name.
  • this()constructor or super()constructor must be in the first line.
  • This() and super() cannot come together.
  • Super()constructor calls the super class constructor.
    • Example : super() ? calls the super class constructor with no arguments.
    • Super(1001,’mutn’) ? calls the super class constructor with two arguments.
  • This()constructor calls the constructor with in the same class.
    • Example: this() ? calls the empty constructor.
    • This(1001,’mutn’) ? calls the constructor  with two arguments in the same class.
  • Generally the execution of constructor occurs subclass constructor calls super class constructor, which calls it super class and so on.
  • Finally Object constructor executes and return to the calling constructor, which completes and return to its calling constructor and so on.
  • Constructor cannot be inherited.
  • Default constructor is stopped by JVM when you explicitly specify the constructor.
  • JVM explicitly adds super() keyword as the first line, if this() or super() keyword is not given explicitly.
  • Abstract class can also have constructor.

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When I go for static method

When I go for static method :

  • To write utility functions
  • A common code is accessed by different type of object
  • To auto generate a value
    • Example : Id’s
  • To count the number of objects
  • To perform operations on state of all objects belongs to same type .
    • Example: swimming, the total salary of all the employees, finding the highest salary among employees.

     

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JAVA Variables and Scope

JAVA Variables and Scope :

  • JAVA Variables and Scope
  • Java Contains three types of variables
    • Instance Variables
    • Static Variables
    • Local Variable
  • Life span of static variables is till the JVM or application shuts down
  • Life time of Instance variables is till the Object lives.
  • The life span of local variable is till it reaches the end of the method.
  • Instance variable and Static variables are initialized be default, where as Local Variables are not initialized.
  • Local variables must be initializing before using it.
  • Static variables must be declared in class general area.
  • It must not be declared in constructor, blocks and methods.
  • Local Variables have only one modifier, which is FINAL.

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Final Variables or Constant Variables in Java

The following are the key points about the JAVA Final Variables or Constant Variables,

  • Final Variables can not be reinitiated.
  • Final methods cannot be overridden.
  • final class cannot be a sub class ( Inheritance cannot be achieved.)

 

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